Paroles New Day

Le - Par .

Fall, fall, fall
Oh oh oh
Woke up from a bad dream
I was feeling half-naked, running down the high street
Shouting your name, I was begging you not to go
Yesterday's news is yesterday's news
Yesterday's blues is just a shade of colour
Call me naive but we're building for tomorrow
So we can
So we can finish off what we started

Wake up, it's a brand new day
Everybody's gotta sing this storm away
So come along now and lead the way
Oh make way through the waterfalls
'Cause together we will soon get it past it all
No one ever needs to fall
No one ever needs to fall
Fall, fall, fall
No one ever needs to fall

All into position
One final frontier 'til we make it to the station
Heading up to Zion, listening to the radio
Too much to regret, yeah
Still, I'm a monome yeah, not a multi-tasker
Talking revolution, talking revolution
I talk about you all the time

Wake up, it's a brand new day
Everybody's gotta sing this storm away
So come along now, lead the way
(So come along now, lead the way)
Make way through the waterfalls
'Cause together we will soon get it past it all
No one ever needs to fall
No one ever needs to fall, fall

We can lose it all, can lose it all tonight (fall)
We can make it out, can make it out alive (fall)
If we can give it all, can give it all the time (fall)
We can finish off what we started

Wake up, it's a brand new day
Everybody's gotta sing this storm away
So come along now, lead the way
(So come along now, lead the way)
Make way through the waterfalls
'Cause together we will soon get it past it all
No one ever needs to fall
No one ever needs to fall

Every morning it is a brand new day
Every morning it is a brand new day
Every morning it is a brand new day
Every morning it is a brand new day
Every morning it is a brand new day
Every morning it is a brand new day
Every morning it is a brand new day
Every morning it is a brand new day

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management

SIMON KARL AUGUST STROMSTEDT, GARY BARLOW, HOWARD PAUL DONALD, MARK ANTHONY OWEN